The Edmonton Oilers have filled out Todd McLellan’s coaching staff. The club announced the hiring of Jay Woodcroft and Jim Johnson on Thursday.
Both Woodcroft and Johnston were assistants with McLellan in San Jose.
Prior to his stint with the Sharks, Woodcroft was an assistant in Detroit for three seasons and was a part of the Red Wings’ coaching staff for the club’s Stanley Cup win in 2008.
In addition to his time in San Jose, Johnson also spent time as an assistant coach with the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning. The 52-year-old served as the interim head coach of the Arizona Coyotes during the 1999-00 season.